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Abigor – Höllenzwang (Chronicles of Perdition) Review

Abigor – Höllenzwang (Chronicles of Perdition) Review

Abigor have been around for a long time. Since ’93 they’ve added layer after layer of experimentation to their black-metal foundation. They’ve never settled for one truly defining style. Satan has always been at the heart of their aesthetic, but musically they’ve shot between most of the blackened subgenres. Höllenszwang (Chronicles of Perdition) is the Austrian band’s tenth full-length. Nobody knows what to expect anymore.” How’s yer Höllenszwang hangin?

Shaarimoth – Temple of the Adversarial Fire Review

Shaarimoth – Temple of the Adversarial Fire Review

“January isn’t known for being a break-out month for music. With Shaarimoth‘s sole output being 2005’s  Current 11, they return after a lengthy period of inactivity with Temple of the Adversarial Fire. Can their rituals hold up after a lengthy lay-off?” Everything has a return these days.

Amestigon – Thier Review

Amestigon – Thier Review

“Near the end of Disney’s Ratatouille there’s a climactic scene during which the harsh, scrupulous restaurant critic Anton Ego (personality modelled, clearly, after AMG’s staff) savours the best ratatouille he’s ever had. Overwhelmed by the tastes and flavors that transport him back to his childhood, he’s left altogether dumbfounded with his usual negativity utterly dismantled. In a way, that’s the effect Amestigon’s Their had on me.” Did he just compare us all to a rat?